28. Le Huit de Baton

The Eight of Batons from Tarocchino Arlecchino.

About the Card

English Name(s)

The Eight of Batons or Wands


  • Grand Etteilla: Cards Number 28 and 34
  • Petit Etteilla: Eight of Diamonds

Image Description

Two sets of four batons are arranged diagonally so that they cross each other in an X shape, formed an interlocking diamond pattern in the center of the card. The main colors of the batons are dark red and green, brown, white, and black, and each is topped by a black diamond.



Countryside, land, agriculture, farming, cultivation, tillage, properties, building, farm, sheepfold, garden, orchard, pasture, meadow, woods, grove, thicket, shade, forest, pleasure, entertainment, amusement, pastime, recreation, merrymaking, peace, calm tranquility, innocence, rural or pastoral life.


Grief, sadness, affliction, displeasure, pain, desolation, hopelessness, bleakness, mortification, mood, spirits, tantrum, melancholy, vapors, somber ideas.